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Nicky Stergiou

Producer / Production Supervisor / Logistics Guru
Hi there!

I'm a Commercial Producer and Production Supervisor based out of New York, NY. I work in LA too! I think I'm pretty good at what I do. And dog-gone-it... People like me! These days I work on a bunch of u
nion and non-union projects with various AICP and digital content production companies. Companies like Smuggler, Raucous Content, Believe Media, Tool of North America, O Positive, Digital Kitchen, and CMS Productions just to name a few. Balancing AICP budgets, working with directors and agency Producers, handling payroll--it's what I do!

I believe that if you work hard and treat people kindly, AMAZING things will happen. So far it has. For fifteen years now I have surrounded myself with the greatest crew in the world and I can't get enough of it. Sometimes the industry could be stressful--you won't see that on me.

A little back-story: I was born in NYC, however, I was raised in Bakersfield, CA. Yeah THAT Bakersfield. You've probably driven passed it and like to make fun of it. And that's ok. There's nothing to do! Asides from river rafting and eating delicious Ice Cream from Dewars... After experiencing 100+ degree weather every summer, I had enough. In 2005 I relocated to NYC in 2005 and got a degree from NYU with a minor in Producing. After college, I did a lot of jumping around between film, tv, commercials, events, photo shoots... just about everything that involved a camera.

Once upon a time (for four years) I had the privilege to work on Sesame Street and it was the time of my life. I mean... hanging out with Big Bird on the Street I grew up on? It was a dream! After a few years of that, I did get little tired of sitting in the same chair every day so I decided to become a freelancer again. Something in my brain allowed me to be good at logistics which lead me to manage huge events and shows that required me to hire and managed literally dozens of PAs and drivers on the streets of NYC. I found my niche in the commercial scene and I plan on staying in it for a while. Though I mostly do commercial stuff, I still dabble a bit in TV. Like Amazing Race! I PM for them whenever they are in NYC and let me tell you--it's an experience like no other! But I signed an NDA so I can't talk about it (Hi Jordan!).

Hope you enjoyed this read. If you are an EP or HoP and need a Line Producer in NYC, give me a call! I Production Supervisor union jobs as well. We'll keep organized, stay on budget, and I promise we'll have some fun on the way!

Take care!

y Stergiou
Producer / Production Supervisor

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